Superstars That WCW Could Have Done More With


World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW) are two of the biggest and most successful companies in all of wrestling history. Both companies have made many superstars into household names, main eventers, icons and legends. Throughout most of the ‘90s and early ‘00s, both companies went head-to-head with each other. During this time, there were many of the two companies’ respective superstars who had jumped ship in between the two companies at one time or another. Eventually, WWE came out on top and put WCW out of business for good. Shortly after, many of WCW’s superstars ended up wrestling for WWE and some still remain a part of the company today. While WCW had managed to turn superstars like Sting, Ric Flair, Lex Luger, Booker T, Diamond Dallas Page, Goldberg, Scott Steiner, Ricky Steamboat, Vader, Ron Simmons, Jeff Jarrett and The Giant (who would later become known as Big Show in WWE) into household names, main eventers, icons and legends, there are many superstars that WCW could have done the exact same thing with, but WWE ends up doing it instead. Below is the list of superstars that WCW blew it with.


There Needs to Be a Face in the World Championship Match at WrestleMania 30

CM Punk vs. Randy Orton vs. Batista

As of right now, the main event match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 30 is going to be the champion Randy Orton against the challenger Batista. The only problem is that both of these guys are currently heels. There needs to be a face in the World Championship match because not once in the history of WrestleMania has there been a World Championship Match that did not include a face and it certainly should not start now. If that face does not end up being CM Punk, then WWE needs to put someone in that match as the face and make it a Triple Threat Match for the championship. Make it happen WWE!…